A lot of Krieger in this episode. Loved it. Insanely funny moment: "Remind me to reboot the CPU in Ray's spine So he can walk again". That's all it takes!? Awesome. Part of me was starting to think what the point of adding Lucky's name to the credits if they were going to utilize Krieger even less than usual. Glad they finally gave him something to do. Him and Cheryl are my favorite characters (it's becoming pretty apparent that Cheryl's "ghosts" that her family used to dress up as are klansmen by the way). Archer calling KY "Kentucky jelly" got a laugh out of me as well. Unfortunately Archer and Community are going on a little bit of a hiatus while the winter Olympics (which I didn't even know was still a thing) are happening. I'm sure I can find something to keep me occupied in the meantime. Walking Dead comes back and I may think about giving Brooklyn Nine-Nine another shot.
Comment modified at February 05, 2014 05:16
Dammit! Accidentally clicked two stars instead of four. My bad. When you see the user rating, just keep that in mind and mentally adjust accordingly. Idk, I liked this episode better than last week's. Loving that Pam is such a coked up mess. This episode actually made me like Ron as well. I couldn't stand that character last season. So, three episodes in and no Rodney? Thank god. Hope he died in the FBI raid. Stupid idiot 🙏
Comment modified at February 01, 2014 15:46
Watched this episode for a second time on my lunch break earlier and caught the part on the tv where it mentions Levar Burton and Troy. Hilarious. Also, Chang and the "bear down for midterms" part had me dying. The "easy peasy , lemon squeezy" line made me think of Pierce's "easy peasy, George and Weezy" from whatever episode that was. What else..? Oh, is the coat check girl not the best? Duncan's end tag was pretty funny too. I can't think of a scenario in Community where John Oliver would be unfunny anyway. Overall just a good episode all around. I didn't think the show would have any trouble carrying on without Troy.
Comment modified at January 31, 2014 21:51
If I could pick an episode from season 4 that was insanely decent, I'd have to pick the one that Jim Rash wrote. The one where Troy and Abed switched bodies. Also, I remember not liking the puppet episode last year as much as I do now. It grew on me. Oh, and the documentary/Changnesia episode wasn't bad either, however I can't imagine it being possible to mess up a doc episode. They definitely botched the "Jeff meeting his dad" episode though and let's not even mention the horrible thanksgiving one (sorry for even mentioning it).
That was pretty sad. Loved the episode though. I love the high-concept episodes. On the survey thing at the end of the review, I had to check "it was no paintball episode". The first paintball set the bar in my mind but all the others (2nd paintball, pillows and blankets, etc.) are amazing themselves. While it's sad to see Donald Glover go and I hate the reason why he's leaving, I'm glad that he's leaving on good terms and that they gave him an awesome sendoff. He's definitely going to be missed. Now that the two sad departure/closurey episodes are out of the way, I'm intrigued to see how the rest of the season goes. It's Community after all. With the writers, the actors and umm... The Dan Harmon that this show has, it's definitely in good hands. #BONTROYAGE #SixSeasonsAndAMovie
Comment modified at January 24, 2014 06:25
"She's all... Coke-strong."
Funny that there's a tiny Cougar Town pop-up at the bottom of my screen for this review. Maybe the "Crossover Gods" are trying to tell me something. Or maybe Abed's hacked into the interwebs. Anyway, I actually started missing Troy last week after Glover's performance in the Ass-Crack Bandit episode. Troy's bequeathing and the group's reaction to it was a bit of a downer. However, I'm glad to see Britta Perry did get her used iPod Nano, as predicted in season one's The Art of Discourse. Well deserved. There's something about Community that the writer's just know how to write good bottle episodes I guess. This one definitely delivered.
Yesss!!! The wait is over. Looking forward to the rest of the season.
This episode made me realize how much I'm going to miss Donald Glover when he goes. Solid episod by the way.
That laugh after Cheryl's "secretly gay for Lucas Troy" comment is seriously the reason why I came back to comment here months after this episode aired. Love how much of a nutcase she's becoming. Can't wait to see the level of crazy they take her and Kreiger in season five.
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